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What Does This Extended Winter Mean For Our Lawns?All of this melting has some of us worried about what we will find underneath.
WCCO Viewers’ Choice For Best Casino In MinnesotaNative American gambling operations in Minnesota have grown by leaps and bounds since they first came onto the scene more than 30 years ago.
Police: 1 In Custody, 1 Hospitalized In North Minneapolis ShootingPolice say one man is hospitalized and another is in custody after a shooting in north Minneapolis Thursday night.
US Marshals Capture Minn. Woman Wanted For 2 MurdersThe Minnesota woman wanted in connection to two murders has been arrested in Texas.
Minneapolis Man Arrested In Edina Carjacking, ChaseAuthorities say a 31-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested Thursday after an apparent carjacking in Edina.
GOP, Dayton Battle Over Taxes As Legislative Session Nears EndRepublicans are claiming Governor Mark Dayton wants to raise taxes by more than $1 billion this year.
Gorgeous Book Celebrates The Legacy Of The Wild & Scenic Rivers ActA new book by a Minnesota nature photographer reveals the stunning beauty of a once endangered scenic waterway.
Carver County Attorney: No Charges In Prince's Overdose DeathAfter two years of investigations, prosecutors say they couldn't figure out who sold Prince counterfeit Vicodin pills that actually contained fentanyl.
St. Croix River Crossing Turning New Richmond Into 'Boomtown'A small town just outside the Twin Cities is busting at the seams.
Prince Fans Gather At Paisley Park Amid No-Charge DecisionFans dressed in purple flocked to the singer's longtime home for the first day of Celebration 2018.
As Anniversary Of Prince's Death Approaches, Fans Focus On His LifeOver the last two years, fans have made the trip to the Twin Cities for a glimpse of his private life. Now, as the anniversary of his death approaches, fascination around his life still remains.
Doc Who Treated Prince To Pay $30K For Illegal PrescriptionA Minnesota doctor accused of illegally prescribing an opioid painkiller for Prince a week before the musician died from a fentanyl overdose has agreed to pay $30,000 to settle a federal civil violation, according to documents made public Thursday.

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